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Old 07-25-2007, 09:50 PM
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Posted By: Sean

i always have been a cardinals fan my whole life.
the teams i remember when i was a little kid was the cubs,brewers and the cardinals.
i wanted to become mark mcgwire just because he was the star of the cardinals. But my favorite baseball player off all time is Stan the Man. Just wanted to see what some stan musial's cards looks like. Cause i dont have any

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Old 07-26-2007, 11:12 AM
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Bowman 48; Bowman 52; Berk Ross 51


Red Man 52; Topps 59; Topps 63

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Hey, Sean! Did you see this card? It's a fantasy '57 Topps Musial that was posted on another website that was referred to in a recent thread. That would have been a sweet looking card if it were real. By the way, you picked a good guy to hold up as a hero. Musial was a great ballplayer and they say he was a real gentleman, too.

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In 1982 at the Cooperstown HOF ceremony, you could still go to the Otsego Hotel and get autos from the HOFers. They put tables on the rear veranda. HOFers filled them and signed autos for FREE,
They did this two days. The line formed early in the morning each day and was a mile long ( not really a mile ). Stan Musial came down the steps and started to sign anything you had. A crowd began to gather and he told eveyone to get back in line, that he would sign for everyone in line, " Just don't crowd around me". And he did. The next day he came down again and did the same thing. I have pictures of him signing for my son. I can't imagine anyone else of that stature doing something like that. A great memory of a grat ballplayer.

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Posted By: Anthony

Someone on this board (either Alan S. or Hal) has the white background variation, but here's the standard one with a color variation.

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